Superstitious Numbers of the Empire
Jolundrian superstition about unlucky odd numbers is so broad that it's become a part of every aspect in their lifestyle.
|Even Numbers||Odd Numbers|
|Even numbers are considered to be lucky as they are orderly, evenly divisible and are a common occurence.||Odd numbers are considered to be unlucky and chaotic, particularly if they are not evenly divisible.|
|Twins are very lucky, each type of dice has an even number of sides, and so does a coin. We have symmetrical body parts that allow us to live and breathe. An ideal family consists of two parents and an even number of children.||To be an only child is unlucky, losing a limb or causing an imbalance in the natural order of the body brings ill luck, too. Many things in life will not function in an orderly manner without their counterpart.|
|Items are often purchased or sold in even amounts. Birthdays are loudly celebrated if the number is even.||Only chaotic minds care not for the luck of numbers. People have quiet or uncelebrated birthdays on their odd numbered years.|
I love Mornday, it really is the best day of the week!
- Thirday the 3rd
- Dimday the 5th
- Setday the 7th
- Midday the 11th
- Falday the 13th
- Thirday the 17th
- Dimday the 19th
- Seconday the 23rd Particularly if held on the months of:
- Feastcall, Snowturn, or Windfall
1 is vulnerable, near to extinct
2 are together, happy and linked
3 is a crowd, unbalanced and awkward
4 are the strongest, and stable like corners
5 become deadly, hostile and threatening
6 are friends that're open and welcoming
7 mark the limits of folding and of pressure
8 are the points of the compass and weather
9 are the tails of the torturer's whip
10 is purely balanced, and easy to predict.
The Jolundrian Empire
The Jolundrian Empire is the foremost constitutional monarchy in Melior, encompassing the regions of Arklend, Anvil, Kuldar, and Xul.
The Jolundrian Calendar
The Jolundrian calendar is an orderly system of equal weeks and balanced months.